Usually, you can find me slogging my wares at Red Lake’s annual Norseman Days festival; my favourite local festival! I busily work in the studio to bring you all kinds of different Norseman Days original and printed art so that you can take home a little bit of the festival too.
RLIFC Mistletoe Magic
This is a market you don’t want to miss! The people at the Red Lake Indian Friendship Centre work extra hard to bring you the best art and craft market in the district! There is something for everyone at this market, and I try my best to make sure that there’s a gifts available for you to purchase in a range of prices and styles, from original paintings, upcycled crafts, printed clothing, handpainted glassware, jewelry, art prints, cards, stickers and more. Drop by The Clever Corvid booth and say hi!
The Artist’s Nook
If you happen to be strolling around Red Lake, swing by The Artists’ Nook, housed in the NGI building. There, you will find my artwork displayed along side other fantastic art created all by local artists and crafters. At this time, The Artists’ Nook is open from Monday to Friday.
The Red Lake Regional Heritage Centre
I have had a long relationship with the RLRHC from way back in the day when it was the little Red Lake Museum, developed and curated by none other than the fantastic John (JJ) Richthammer. Under the direction of Michele Alderton, I have helped develop educational programming for high school students to participate in, which connects historical information with various areas of the high school curriculum. I have been the artistic director of the Outdoor Art Gallery Banner Program for a few years as well. I designed the “Cheeky Beaver” sign that you see whenever you walk into the gift shop. With the assistance of Trevor Osmond, I have also run a couple interactive community art projects during the Winter Festival at the RLRHC. It’s a great place! Now, I am also housing some of my artwork there as well! Check out my Highway 105 mugs, or printed notebooks that I have in stock. There are also “creatively colour your own” posters of four different drawings I did of various areas down the 105 highway; that road we all know and love.
I have also connected with a fantastic online company called Red Bubble. There, I upload images of artwork that I have created. It can then be printed onto a variety of items from clothing, to pillows, thermal coffee mugs to tote bags. There truly is something for everyone at this site, and the quality is fantastic.